How to Concentrate on Studies

Concentrating on studies is assumed to be the most difficult task to attempt. We easily get distracted at the time of studying. Concentrating on studies can also be considered to be the challenging task in student’s life but it is not a thing to worry about as the best students also faces concentration problem. Changing the way of studying might be a correct solution for this problem and some of the techniques are laid down here.


Words which can be used to replace nouns are known as pronouns. Pronouns help to avoid repetitiveness in a sentence and helps polish it. Unlike Chinese and Japanese language, English language has gender in pronouns.

Example to show use of pronouns

Read the given paragraphs to understand pronouns and their roles:

Reflexive Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns are one of the seven types of pronouns. Pronouns having self/selves (suffix) to show how subjects action affects subjects themselves are known as Reflexive Pronouns.

These pronouns always refer back to subject. These pronouns are known as object pronouns. We use these pronouns when the noun used in a sentence is both the subject and object.

There are eight Reflexive Pronouns. They are as follows:

Demonstrative Pronouns and Relative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns are one among the seven types of pronouns.

The word Demonstrative itself gives us an idea that it is related to showing or stating the position or situation of animals, objects or ideas. Demonstrative Pronouns are those words which specify nouns or pronouns, and can be either singular or plural.

Demonstrative Pronouns in English are:


Reciprocal pronouns and Indefinite Pronouns

Reciprocal Pronouns

Reciprocal pronouns are one among the seven types of pronouns. Literally, reciprocal means two way actions and in grammatical sense reciprocal means expressing mutual action. Reciprocal pronouns only denote plural nouns because the action has to be shared.

Sometimes, Reciprocal pronouns also take possessive forms i.e. adding of –s (one another’s, each other’s).

Interrogative Pronouns

Interrogative Pronouns are one of the seven types of pronouns. Pronouns which help to introduce/ask questions are called Interrogative pronouns.

Who, which, what, whose, whom (whom is the subject form of who) and how are Interrogative pronouns.

Personal Pronouns

Personal Pronouns are one of the seven types of pronouns. Pronouns which change their form according to their different uses in a sentence are called Personal Pronouns. Personal pronouns are used instead of the names of persons, places and things.

English personal pronoun has two forms.